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  • VIDEO: UW Tacoma students speak out on minimum wage

    After pressure and protests from students, the University of Washington Seattle announced in late September that it would raise wages for on-campus workers to $15 an hour. Many students at UW Tacoma, however, aren't sure their campus should do the same.

After pressure and protests from students, the University of Washington Seattle announced in late September that it would raise wages for on-campus workers to $15 an hour. Many students at UW Tacoma, however, aren't sure their campus should do the same. Melissa Santos Staff writer
After pressure and protests from students, the University of Washington Seattle announced in late September that it would raise wages for on-campus workers to $15 an hour. Many students at UW Tacoma, however, aren't sure their campus should do the same. Melissa Santos Staff writer

UW Tacoma students unsure about raising campus minimum wage

October 09, 2015 10:33 AM